All you need to know about 5G

Over the years, there have been four generations of cellular network and technology and 5G is the newest on the list. 

It triumphs over the newest 4G, 3G and 2G systems and has been designed to boost data rate and connectivity, reduce latency, save energy, reduce cost, and provide a high system scopes. The very first stage of 5G stipulation has already been reported to have been completed by March 2019, while the second stage is due to be completed by March 2020.

According to Wikipedia, 5G will become one of the fastest technologies the world has seen. It would include quicker downloads, powerful network and a massive impact on how we work. Connectivity would also make diverse fields more efficient and give consumers access to more information faster than ever before as most companies all rely on network.

This next-generation of cellular mechanics, promises to change your life with a hefty boost in speed and response. It will power mechanics like self-driving cars, telemedicine and a new universe of connected devices. You can expect to see 5G smartphones coming out in the first half of next year.

Features of 5G


The 5G specification allows LAA (License Assisted Access) as well but it has not yet been demonstrated. Adding LAA to an existing 4G configuration can add hundreds of megabits per second to the speed, but this is an extension of 4G, and not a new part of 5G.

Low communication latency

Latency is the time it takes to pass a message from sender to receiver. Low communication latency is one improvements in 5G. Lower latency could help 5G mobile networks enable things such as multiplayer mobile gaming, factory robots, self-driving cars and other tasks demanding quick response.

New use cases

Features of 5G network, including extreme high bandwidth, ultra low latency, and high density connections, are expected to enable bountiful new use cases that are impossible to be done via older network standards.